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Elegant kitchen photo in New York

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  • crimson525
    i just ordered a 3 x 12 handmade look porcelain glossy tile from discount glass tile. i also ordered "rolling fog" fusiin pro grout . never needs sealing!! the line is called Avenue Series. looks exactly like the picture
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LUXE Remodeling wrote:Jun 21, 2018
  • DJ Canez

    Bright and Beautiful

  • netmorby110
    The walnut accents (island and hood trim) are beautiful, but the stained oak not so good. I think they should have either left the floors in original oak color, or put in new walnut floors. Somehow the two dark woods clash.
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  • Joy Butler

    This kitchen is so cute. I especially love the backsplash. I would love to do something like this in my kitchen. https://www.kitchenrefresh.net/

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    We helped this amazing customer with her tile, the backsplash is 3x12 Pane Blanco! It cam out gorgeous!

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                    Bryan Anthony added this to The Top 10 Kitchen Photos of 2018Dec 3, 2018

                    1. Gray Wins the GoldThe most popular kitchen photo of 2018 takes the gold by featuring an enviable gray color palette. This New York kitchen, designed by the team at Stonington Cabinetry & Designs, features Shaker-style cabinets covered in Sherwin-Williams’ Dovetail. The rug and the counter stools covered in Belgian linen provide more subtle touches of gray, while the wood floor, island and range hood detail give a hearty dose of charm. Your turn: Tell us which photo you like best in the Comments. More on HouzzHow to Refresh Your Kitchen on Any Budget12 Designer Details for Your Kitchen Cabinets and IslandFind kitchen designersShop for kitchen products

                    Gwendolyn Purdom added this to The Story Behind the Most Popular New Photo on Houzz in 2018Nov 30, 2018

                    “We were just trying to do something innovative,” Sachs says of the kitchen design seen in this photo, which became the most-saved photo uploaded to Houzz in 2018. “I’ve always wanted to do the gray and the walnut, and it was the perfect space because it had the higher ceiling height, and we kept everything else white so it still had that brightness to it. But it just has a layer of class — it’s very stately.”The design details that the Sachses and their client chose may have stood out both for their beauty and for how in tune they are with the styles many pros and renovating homeowners have been loving lately. The Sachses and Veith said they found the homeowner’s desire to move away from the popular all-white kitchen refreshing. Other renovating homeowners have expressed interest in making a similar pivot. Though white cabinets are still a favorite, gray is now the top wall color choice, according to the 2018 U.S. Houzz Kitchen Trends Study. (Stonington used Benjamin Moore Shoreline here.) Renovating homeowners are also opting for features such as Shaker-style cabinets, L-shaped layouts and engineered quartz counters more than in years past — and this kitchen highlights all three.A Thoughtfully Staged ShotThe most-saved photo itself was driven largely by the abundance of natural light in the space and the kitchen’s soaring ceilings, Veith says.“I imagined the horizontal photos would be more popular for this one, but the vertical just shows looking right down the aisle seeing basically every beautiful part of the kitchen, and it seems so tall in the vertical shot,” he says. “I think that has a lot to do with it: You get this feeling of the kitchen being so large.”When people are drawn to an interior design photo, Veith says, they often focus solely on the room design and overlook the composition of the photo itself, but in a case like this, both elements come into play. Though muted, the color palette of this kitchen comes through powerfully in photos, Veith says, even more so than if the room had a bright, glaring color scheme. “It’s bold,” he says. “It’s not like a black or dark kitchen, but it was this beautiful in-between that was both soft and pretty sharp and punchy.” Homey details such as cutting boards and vases that the Stonington team incorporated for the shoot make a big difference too. “It just gives [the space] a layer of usability so people can see themselves inhabiting it,” Sachs says.A Team EffortOther than the kitchen features and the photo quality itself, the image reflects the importance of a homeowner, home design professional and professional photographer working together toward a common goal: to make the most of a beautiful room and share it with others.“One of the biggest takeaways is that getting a photographer who can really understand the space and understand how to get the photo that shows the space in its best light is really important for interior designers and everyone in this industry,” Veith says.Find design professionals near you

                    What Houzzers are commenting on:

                    HU-55857938 added this to webuser_55857938's ideas7 hours ago

                    Wood and singed cabinets. Vent hood

                    birrenat added this to birrenat's ideas8 hours ago

                    Legates Kitchen: Gray with natural

                    yiqunb added this to Kitchens9 hours ago

                    Like the colors and feel. Warm but clean

                    sbxta100 added this to Kitchen Ideasyesterday

                    layout cab color mix of wood and modern

                    katie146 added this to Rollingwoodyesterday

                    great idea for how to fix the kitchen. Will need to check on vents for moving the stove?

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